St. Luke’s downtown Boise hospital was on lockdown for about an hour in March after Ammon Bundy and others encouraged their followers to protest there about a child protection services case. (Idaho Capital Sun)
Idaho’s largest hospital system on Wednesday filed a lawsuit against Ammon Bundy, Diego Rodriquez, the People’s Rights Network and others in response to “the targeted and damaging activities” surrounding a child protection case this year, according to a news release.
St. Luke’s Health System said in the release that it chose to sue over “a coordinated campaign of harassment and intimidation against St. Luke’s and its team members” and that . . .